For clients facing current or anticipated tax audits, and in need of expert counsel for tax planning and assessment defense, Matt’s experience and strategic solutions provide welcome relief. He also helps clients head off potential problems at the pass, understanding and planning for the tax ramifications of significant business events. Matt’s analytical approach keeps his clients informed on how the law will, or could, affect their business decisions. Looking at situations with a business model analysis helps Matt spot potential pitfalls the client might have overlooked, and it helps keep the big picture intact – from transaction to transaction. And, if a dispute should arise, he stands by his team’s ability to provide superior representation.
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Matt has successfully represented a wide variety of companies in many business sectors in the defense and resolution of tax audits and appeals. Matt’s work has helped businesses save tens of millions of dollars in tax costs – both in taxes saved and tax incentives received.
Matt is also an experienced Estate Planner. He has been selected to teach Estate Planning to business students at Creighton University for several years, as well as Estate and Gift Taxation at the Creighton University School of Law.
- University of Alabama School of Law (LL.M. in Taxation, Magna Cum Laude & Valedictorian, 2010)
- Creighton University School of Law (J.D., Summa Cum Laude, 2006)
- Creighton University (B.S.B.A., Summa Cum Laude, 1999)
- Nebraska (2006)
- U.S. District Court, District of Nebraska (2006)
- U.S. Tax Court (2006)
- U.S. Court of Federal Claims (2006)
- U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit (2006)
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What Else Is In The "Grand Compromise?" 2020 Nebraska Tax Law Changes Beyond The Imagine Nebraska Act
To close out its 2020 Session, the Nebraska Legislature passed LB 1107, which was referred to as the “Grand Compromise” by many Nebraska senators. This is because it represented a compromise on numerous Nebraska tax and incentive issues that were unresolved with very little time left in the Session.
As we work across Nebraska with Business and Economic Development Leaders to deploy the best ways to grow companies beyond COVID-19, Governor Ricketts and the Nebraska Legislature have just provided a strong, timely and helpful new Tax Incentive Platform: The 2020 Imagine Nebraska Act. The Imagine Nebraska Act was enacted August 17, 2020, and becomes effective on January 1, 2021. It replaces the 2005 Nebraska Advantage Act, which had previously replaced the 1987 Employment and Investment Growth Act.
- Omaha Bar Association
- Nebraska State Bar Association
- American Bar Association
- Nebraska Society of CPAs
- Adjunct Professor, Estate Planning, Creighton University School of Business
- Adjunct Professor, Estate and Gift Taxation, Creighton University School of Law
- Author, Lexis Nexis Federal Tax Advisor
- Author, Lexis Nexis Nebraska State Tax Insights
- Creighton Law Review
- International Moot Court Board
- Traveling Moot Court Team
- Certified Public Accountant Certificate
- Listed: Great Plains Rising Star (Tax, Estate Planning & Probate) 2016-2017
- Listed: “Best Lawyers in America”, Trusts and Estates
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